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guy called-- played by russell crowe who when he releases him said you are on parole and just in case you think parole is freedom, parole as a dangerous man means you will be under the watch of the law forever-- forever. and we watch this extraordinary journey that jean valjean goes where this man has lost all kind of hope in humanity, and has building brutallized by the system, tries to survive and he steals some some silver from a bishop who is kind to him. and an amazingly the bisho bishop-- rather than putting him in it, says to the police oh, you know, this silver i gave it to him. and hugh's character has this extraordinary epiphany, a moment of spiritual conversion, a moment, a discovery of faith and basically commits himself to being, you know, a compassionate agent in the world and to changing the way he relates in the world. and completely reinvents himself. and we jump through time to discover this reinvention. >> rose: and who are you. >> i play, well, my character winds up being jean valjean's soul mirror. i play fontine a factory worker in his factory. at that time. he r
products were lower. the gainers were emerging markets and the russell 2,000 funds. and that's tonight's "market focus." >> susie: news corp is splitting into two companies. starting next year, one will focus on publishing with "the wall street journal" and other newspapers; the other will be its movie and television businesses. one of those new tv businesses could be a national sports cable channel. sports is one of the highest priced but most profitable programs to put on television. just consider that espn is a big contributor to the most profitable business unit at disney. rick horrow tonight goes "beyond the scoreboard." >> reporter: espn's sports media monopoly could be in jeopardy, as rupert murdoch's news corp reportedly is moving forward with plans to turn its auto- racing channel speed into fox sports 1, an all-sports tv network by the middle of next year. news corp execs believe their company is uniquely positioned to compete against espn because of their previous success breaking into the broadcast and cable news markets with fox and fox news, respectively. fox isn't the on
inside the country. >> ray, you russelled with this issues in the early days of the obama administration. i wanted to put the same question as emanuel formulated it to you, which is how does one integrate or reconcile an aggressive policy on human rights with a policy that is very centered on nonproliferation, is it impossible to do it? emanuel says there is a bay and in fact used the word expedient. i would note that the administration took fair amount of criticism after the green revolution for not speaking up strongly enough, early enough, as the crackdown began there it's also worth noting that about a year ago, the u.s. announced a set of sanctions on irgc and other officials on their human rights abuses, which is somewhat different. these sanctions were different than the typical sanctions which are very much aimed at proriff -- proliferators. so the administration would argue they have tried to grapple this. how would you answer that question. [inaudible] >> talk into the mic. >> i think when you kind of look at this issue, which is not upstrictly a u.s.-iran issue but it's imbedd
are the small anddmid sized caps represented by the russell 2000. but, again, all the indices in the red. >> and that'll be a close for the dow below 13,000, seems to have a really hard time at those levels. we also had action in the currency pits as the u.s. dollar weakened on optimism over greek and chinese data. the move cement the euro to a -- sent the euro to a six week high. david: let's talk copper for the moment, of course, that's really tied into world growth. it climb today a six week high. this is on signs that there may be some more demand coming for the metal from china and the u.s. as well. as both of our economies begin to churn a little more than expected. the top two copper-consuming countries. >> and following auto sales today, a number of derivatives plays hitting 52-week highs. cooper tire and rubber, genuine parts and carmax taking a hit in today's session. david: all right. and we told you about that breaking news on jpmorgan whale trader, a $5 billion loss for the company. the senate has been investigating. peter barnes with the latest on that investigation. peter?
and their richard russo's and their russell banks and you you know y are peter golden's and their judy lawrence' and they do love their local authors and they do support their local authors but on the whole albany is a very voracious group of readers. one of the real calling cards here is our staff recommends section. we are all voracious readers and people come in and we have a certain amount of money to spend and they have a certain amount of time to devote to reading in the really don't want to spend a lot of time taking a gamble on a book that they might not like. so they go to it immediately to find books that they like that margie has read rector jill you read and then they come back and say, i really liked her selection and i want to read another book like the one that she read. susan taylor is the one so our communications with our leaders is very intimate. we know what we like. it used to be that you could run an independent bookstore just on love, but you can't any more. you have to be business minded first and foremost because you are not going to get any of the rest of it unless you
to do it live. >> they had to do it live. not everything. russell crowe has a bit of a rough time. >> very quickly before you go what's going to win best picture and best holiday move. >> "zero dark thirty" and the christmas coalarol from 1939. >> bad santa. >> what a shocker. >> what a shock. thank you both. merry christmas, guys. >>> watching his grandson wasn't a big stretch. we'll hear from billy did you get chips for the party? nope. cheese plate? cheese plate...nope. i made something better. ♪ ♪ you used the oven? boom ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] pillsbury crescents. let the making begin. [ female announcer ] why settle for plain bread? here's a better idea. pillsbury grands! flaky layers biscuits in just 15 minutes the light delicate layers add a layer of warmth to your next dinner. pillsbury grands biscuits let the making begin. >>> there's way that we talk to our kids. for instance where you would say no we would say consider the consequences. or where you would say don't, we would say, maybe you should try this. see, that way the child feels that he
. >> they had to do it live. not everything. russell crowe has a bit of a rough time. >> very quickly before you go what's going to win best picture and best holiday move. >> "zero dark thirty" and the christmas coarol from 1939. >> bad santa. >> what a shocker. >> what a shock. thank you both. merry christmas, guys. >>> watching his grandson wasn't a big stretch. >>> there's way that we talk to our kids. for instance, where you would say no, we would say consider the consequences. or where you would say don't, we would say, maybe you should try this. see, that way the child feels that he has value, he has worth, he's heard. >> that's a way. >> that's one way to do it. bill kr crystal and marisa tomei play a father and daughter with completely unrelated parenting styles. a few weeks ago they spoke with charlie and gayle which was, as they say, inspired by actual events. >> the best thing about this movie is where the idea came from. >> yes, that's true. i'm a grand father of three and two thirds. we had the girls all alone. >> was it hard? >> let's just put it this way. yes. >> you and your wife
with russell investments joining us here at post 9, and the chief national investment strategist with wells fargo advisers. good morning to both of you. >> good morning. >> how does this weigh on your thesis for the near term? >> the question is in the details. our base case for the russell forecast is we do not have a recession in 2013. the majority of these larger issues are dealt with. but there's going to be a fiscal drag either way. the way we see this at housing contributing in a positive to the economy, offset a lot of the fiscal destabilizers. but i think there's a lot of overlap right now. they're squabbling over details. i think we need to keep in perspective, this is the first time in america we've m a serious substantive conversation about balancing the budget. it's not a bad first start. >> next year you're looking for 1,500 by year end? >> that's our target sale. single digits for the equity market seems reasonable. no great shakes. >> paul, you're a little more optimistic, but not that much more. which sort of, i don't know, flies in the face of a lot of things we're reading,
. that's in charlotte. following day, rutgers will square off against virginia tech in the russell athletic bowl. >> the what? wow. is that the first year for that? >> not the orange bowl. big deal for brian sullivan who is a virginia tech guy. we'll be in orlando, nice and warm and sunny. we'll be right back. americans o work hard for a better future. since ameriprise financial was founded back in 1894, they've been committed to putting clients first. helping generations through tough times. good times. never taking a bailout. there when you need them. helping millions of americans over the centuries. the strength of a global financial leader. the heart of a one-to-one relationship. together for your future. ♪ i heard you guys can ship ground for less than the ups store. that's right. i've learned the only way to get a holiday deal is to camp out. you know we've been open all night. is this a trick to get my spot? [ male announcer ] break from the holiday stress. save on grounipping at fedex office. >>> it's been a good start to the holiday shopping season and that means the mal
morning. let's start with citi national. >> look, i had russell goldsmith, i think this is a classic good bank. and you should not hold it, you should buy it. >> final hold? >> this has been such a dog. it continues to be so. nothing special happening here. >> "new york times" tanger. >> this is a great interview. steve tanger is talking about having a terrific holiday season. go to "the new york times" and read it. >> deutsche bank takes down novartus. >> i wouldn't sell this stock. >> piper upgrading. >> i've been watching the king stock go up. it seems like there's some sweet spot for gaming. it's probably okay now. >> then affirmation here. >> big cap stocks have been saying, look, things are fine. 3m, danner, these are not supposed to be fine. maybe something's better. >> all right. nicely timed once again. let's get some breaking news in washington. ayman? >> carl, this is actually breaking political news. today announcing new regulations on so-called 501 tax-exempt organizations that engaged in electioneering under federal law as it stands right now, they're allowed to engage in el
.9%. russell 2,000 did very well. it was up by better than 12%. we'll continue to watch this closely today. the one group that you might see interested in seeing a drop in some of these nebs today would be any fun manager who is interested in trying to make sure his fund beats the market performance. if you see a big dip today, it's good news for those people. >> i see a lot of people who say if there is a drop, they think they'll be jumping in to pick up the pieces. i'm not sure how far things could end up falling. >> and it's not just today, it's beyond that. take a look at oil. right now, oil down by about 25 cents. $90.55. and the ten-year notoriety now is yielding 1.711%. the dollar has been hanging in there, too. the dollar is up against the euro and the yen today. right now, the euro is at $131.93. and gold prices, go the gold has at this point gone up about $8.90, $1,664.80 an ounce. by the way, we have jim o'neill coming up in just a moment. we also have pimco's mow hammel el-erian. >>> steve sedgwick is standing by in london right now. how are things standing by there? >> it's a
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